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Harry W. Scott Residence

421 Norah Street South

The first listing of this residence was in 1914 when it was the home of Harry W. Scott, the manager of Royal Bank of Canada. The house has several unique features such as a roofline that is long and steeply pitched and finishes by covering the entrance porch. The house also has a shed dormer with a flat, gently sloping roof and a window.  Also of interest is the two-and-a-half-storey tower with a rounded conical roof. The first storey is constructed of red brick. The second storey is finished in contrasting white stucco, also featured on the corner tower.

Harry W. Scott Residence